Paul moved to the Upper Valley in July 2016 after forty-three years in the Boston area. He retired in May 2019 after teaching Paul Morrison moved to the Upper Valley in July 2016 after forty-three years in the Boston area. He retired in May 2019 after teaching Operations Management for twenty-one years at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business (with ten years in the middle away from BU working as a consultant and as an executive in a manufacturing firm). He has led an Osher course on Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2019 term) and one comparing the short stories of John Cheever and V.S. Pritchett (Fall 2020).
Course Title: Two Short Story Masters, Two Continents, Four Weeks (Fall Term 2020)
Paul was very knowledgeable about both authors and their work and provided interesting background information.
His ability to recall specific details from the stories really helped to deepen the discussion.
Course Title: Artificial Intelligence Is Finally Here – Now What Happens? (Fall Term
He understood the topic well and listened to others who also had knowledge in the topic. Great interactive discussions
The course content was very current and changing almost on a daily basis. Paul was well qualified to teach the course and to describe new developments.